Rainbow Study Guides

  • Gravity's Rainbow

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    Gravity's Rainbow is a far-ranging story covering a vast number of subjects. Its central dramatic device is the V-2 rocket, the German production of which at the close of World War II features prominently in the narrative. The story moves from character to character and concept to concept, using a circular plot mimicking the titular rainbow to explore New Math, principles of speculative quantum physics, and other fringe elements of science and warfare technology.

  • Rainbow Six

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  • The Rainbow

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    The Rainbow is a 1915 novel by D. H. Lawrence about the Brangwen family of Nottinghamshire. The novel follows three generations of the laboring family through the rise of industry in England, depicting the individuals' attempts to live and succeed in a constraining society. The first part of the novel concerns Tom Brangwen and his love of Lydia, the second part deals with Anna, their daughter, and the final part with Anna's daughter, Ursula, and her love affairs.